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PostPosted: Mon Feb 26, 2007 12:49 am
32 wrote:DunMurphy never had the offense run through them when they got lower minutes. Ike did.


Because they weren't fukin any good!!!!


32 wrote:DunMurphy played 20 minutes a night (role player minutes) when they docked time. Ike didn't (he played 10, if he was lucky).

There's no comparison there.


That's right there isn't - Diogu averaged as much as those two scrubs in far less time and was far more efficient!
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 26, 2007 4:41 pm
No, you're not getting it.

Ike Diogu barely played 10 minutes of basketball a night... and had the offense totally ran through him the entire time (not because he's 'that good' or anything; it's because he never knew where to be without the ball, so he was a waste of space if he wasn't setting up in the post).

Murphy and Dunleavy were constant role players who often saw up to 30 minutes, on occasion, and as little as 10 on other nights. On average they'd get about 20 minutes a night under Nelson... but the offense never flowed through them the way it did through Ike. If the offense totally catered to them, their stats would be inflated to (not as impressive as Ike's, but still higher).

Like I said, there's no comparison between the two.
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